Posted in Injuries on Wed August 17, 2016
Any type of severe blow or violent jarring motion to the upper body can lead to a serious brain injury. Even if the head or neck is not directly impacted, the brain striking the interior walls of the cranium can result in traumatic injuries.
While every injury is unique, medical doctors will likely follow the same protocols for diagnosing a concussion. Depending on numerous factors – such as the force of the collision, the position of the head during the accident,
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Posted in Real Estate on Tue August 2, 2016
Whether you are purchasing your first property or your fifth, you will likely find yourself facing some form of dispute. The dilemma could center on environmental issues, boundary disagreements or contract disputes. One type of legal action that might confuse individuals is “quiet title.”
Real estate laws can be complex and many individuals don’t realize that even a small paperwork snafu can throw the entire transaction into disarray. It is not uncommon for title searches to uncover issues that must be resolved before the transaction can proceed.
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